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does anyone have any advice on revising effectively for gcse rs/re?

r.e. is my weakest subject and i really want to work on it but i don't feel like doing past papers will help much because its pretty much all long answer and i am too biased to mark it myself but can't have anyone else do it for me. any tips would be greatly appreciated.

p.s. i do aqa re 8062a
Original post by bibarub
r.e. is my weakest subject and i really want to work on it but i don't feel like doing past papers will help much because its pretty much all long answer and i am too biased to mark it myself but can't have anyone else do it for me. any tips would be greatly appreciated.
p.s. i do aqa re 8062a

I got a 9 in GCSE RE. I mainly went onto things like BBC Bitesize (it is good for RE and understanding difficult concepts) and used quizlet flashcards for key terms and definitions, but the main way that I revised for RE was to just keep writing down the notes until it was in my head. Idk if that's just me, but I tend to revise by constantly writing things down.
I hope this helps!
Good luck 🙂
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Original post by Alonepast
I got a 9 in GCSE RE. I mainly went onto things like BBC Bitesize (it is good for RE and understanding difficult concepts) and used quizlet flashcards for key terms and definitions, but the main way that I revised for RE was to just keep writing down the notes until it was in my head. Idk if that's just me, but I tend to revise by constantly writing things down.
I hope this helps!
Good luck 🙂

Ah thank you! Somehow I had been so focussed on physical revision that I had forgotten about BBC Bitesize. I'll have a look and see what it has. Thank you so much!
Original post by bibarub
Ah thank you! Somehow I had been so focussed on physical revision that I had forgotten about BBC Bitesize. I'll have a look and see what it has. Thank you so much!

No worries 🙂

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